Lorde Rocks Skin Tight Black Latex As A Homicidal ‘Hit Girl’ In New Music …

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Lorde Plays Fatal Attraction in Disclosure’s ‘Magnets’ Video: Watch.

Disclosure just released the music video to Magnets ft. Lorde leaves an illicit lover lasciviously devoted and enflamed in the striking new video for “Magnets,” the New Zealand singer’s collaboration with UK production duo Disclosure. The clip opens on a luxurious party in the Hollywood Hills, the sky painted purple as Lorde looks longingly at an empty pool before sashaying through the crowd and catching the eye of the host. “Magnets” builds as their relationship heats up, with Lorde crooning the scintillating but foreboding hook, “Let’s embrace the point of no return.” Amidst Lorde’s torrid scenes with the man, his ties with his wife grow stilted and strained. On her tumblr she wrote: “I’m super proud of this one. in my head it’s dark electric blues and greens, and it moves like liquid. hope you like it.” She posted on her tumblr: “Wow this video came out dark af i can’t remember us grading it that dark ..! adding that the black eye “takes it from being ‘an affair narrative’ to being ‘dude’s girlfriend hired miss ella the hit girl to ‘seduce’ him then take him the F**K out’” The new music video stars Lorde as a seductive mistress cycling through a variety of magical outfits (from a White Witch-like gown to a shimmering full-body black leather trench coat) as her affair with a married man passes through parallel stages.

At the end, however, the two women join forces, and Lorde, donning a slick, vicious vinyl jacket, returns to the pool where she first met the man, finds him tied to a chair and kicks him into the water. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Disclosure’s Howard and Guy Lawrence described feeling an instant bond with Lorde when she joined them in the studio to make “Magnets.” “She turned up on her own, no management or bodyguard,” Howard said. “That’s the most equal collaboration on the record.

You can really hear her sound — she has this sassy yet vulnerable thing.” “Magnets” is one of a number of high-profile collaborations on Disclosure’s new LP, Caracal, which also features The Weeknd, Sam Smith, Miguel and jazz singer Gregory Porter. The new album marks the follow-up to the group’s widely acclaimed 2013 breakthrough debut, Settle. “There’s not any really club music on this one,” Guy Lawrence said of the differences between the two records. “It’s all very club-influenced, because of the beats, but every song is like ‘Latch’ or ‘White Noise’ — a fully structured pop song.” 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings. Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again.

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